- Mzansi rapper A-Reece is in mourning following his father's recent passing
- The Meanwhile in Honeydew hitmaker buried his dad over the weekend, according to media reports
- Some of the star's peers in the industry and fans extended their condolences to the star and his family after he shared snaps of his late father on social media
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Rapper A-Reece is mourning the passing of his father. According to news reports, the star's dad was laid to rest over the weekend.
A-Reece has taken to Instagram to share pics of his late pops. Mzansi artists and fans have extended their condolences to the Meanwhile In Honeydew hitmaker and his family.
R&B singer Ayanda Jiya, who features the rapper in her song titled Falling For You, wrote:
Rapper Zingah wrote:
"Condolences, love and light to you and the family, Rest In Paradise to the OG."
"May he rest in peace."
"Sending love and light."
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According to ZAlebs, A-Reece's older brother, Pjay Jody Lepara also shared a snap of their father on his Instagram account. He captioned the post:
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that The Queen star Nay Maps's father Bishop Simeon Maphalala recently passed away at the age of 59.
The sad news was shared on social media by entertainment commentator Phil Mphela. Phil took to Twitter to let his fans know that the actor has lost his father. Phil said the Bishop passed away last weekend. Phil wrote:
"RIP: Nay Maps’ father has died. #TheQueenMzansi star’s father Bishop Simeon Maphalala passed over the weekend. He was 59 years old. Condolences to Nay, his family and church’s congregation."
Nay is one of South Africa's most-loved male actors. He plays the character of Dingane on Mzansi Magic's hit telenovela, The Queen. He shot to fame during his days at the popular SABC 1 soapie, Uzalo. There, he portrayed the character of notorious car thief, Mxolisi.
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